Christopher Corporandy is still represented by Houghton Talent and the Umberger Agency, but resides in New York City.
Chris lived and worked in Atlanta from 2010-2012. He received the 2011 Suzi Bass Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play, for his performance in The Judas Kiss, as Robbie Ross, at Actor's Express.
Prior to The Judas Kiss, Christopher was seen in his Atlanta debut at the Aurora Theatre, in Gary Grinkle's Battles with Wrinkles and Other Troubles in Mudgeville, and in March in "Watching Melvin" in The 23 Hour Plays at Onstage Atlanta.
In June of 2011 he signed with Houghton Talent and has booked seven commercials and a TV show. He also freelances in Voiceover with Umberger Agency - (404) 372-1680.
Chris has a supporting role in The Road to Jacob, which won Best Student Film at the 2012 Beaufort International Film Festival, and was an official selection at the Charleston International Film Festival, as well as the Asheville Film Fest.
Christopher holds a BFA in Acting from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts (Meisner Extension, Classical Studio, Style & Character Studio), and an MFA in Acting from Wayne State University's Hilberry Repertory Theatre in Detroit. He has also studied acting at the Moscow Art Theatre, Trinity College Dublin, and at Brooklyn's underground mecca, Studio 5; and was a member of the Conservatory at the 1st Annual International Antonin Artaud Theatre Festival in Bali, Indonesia. He has worked as an actor in NYC, Minneapolis, Detroit, Buffalo, San Francisco (his hometown), Savannah, and of course Atlanta.